And In This Corner.....
“And In This Corner...”
Russ Otten, RPSC Chair
Fellow RPSC Members and Freedom Fighters, this is your time to activate! With the primaries now in the rear view mirror, the real work now begins to elect Tim Michels as governor and re-elect Sen. Ron Johnson! It does not stop there! Replacing liberals as Lt. Governor, Sec. of State, Atty. General, and Treasurer is crucial. We also have key Assembly races for Amy Binsfeld, Ty Bodden, and Rep. Terry Katsma. Finally, electing Chris Koenig as Clerk of Courts will be a key move on the local level. Stay tuned for ways to activate for these candidates!
Plan to attend the first annual Freedom Fest on Saturday, August 27! There is something for every age, including fun activities for the kids! A full menu of corn, burgers, brats, and favorite dishes will be served. The event is at Plymouth City Park and runs from 4:00-7:00PM. Sign up is not required but will help in determining how much food will be needed. You can sign up at: https://www.creativenetdesigns-one.info/event/freedom-fest/. We also need 6 more volunteers for husking corn, serving food, and registration. Please contact Haley Stuckmann at [email protected] if you can help.
You are invited to attend HOWSE Round 4 on Monday, August 29, at Braveheart Pub. The doors open at 5:30PM for food/beverages with the meeting set for 6:30PM. This is our How to Win Spring Elections group that has set a strategy, drafted watchdogs for County Board, Common Council, and Sheboygan Area School District, and is now identifying key issues on which candidates will run to win next April. This is a year-long process that has engaged over 30 people every month. Please join them to get active and make a difference in your community.
Please take a moment to send a note of thanks to the following people:
- Nate TenBroeke ([email protected]) and Haley Stuckmann ([email protected]) for their successful efforts to host the 9th District Senate debate and for starting Voices for Values, a growing group of young people making a difference as Constitutional conservatives.
- Ruth Villareal ([email protected]) and Jeanette DeSchene ([email protected]) for their willingness to enter the political sphere as candidates. This is what democracy looks like.
Finally,Adam Steen announced this week that he is running a write-in campaign to defeat Assembly Speaker Robin Vos in November. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tF_XXE4yc2w. Steen, endorsed by President Trump, lost to Vos in the recent primary by just 260 votes out of 10,000 that were cast. There were many election irregularities, including a "mobile election truck". Rather than file a grievance or take legal action, Steen has decided to give voters another opportunity to fairly elect their State Assemblyman. If you are interested in supporting Steen's campaign, please contact him at [email protected]. As you may recall, RPSC members voted 120-2 at our county caucus to remove Vos from his role as Assembly Leader.
God bless you all,